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Wojciechowski named interim designated institutional official
11/13/18: Paul Wojciechowski, MD, has been appointed interim designated institutional official for the UC College of Medicine and University of Cincinnati Medical Center.

‘Mustaches in Medicine’ offer giggles and raise prostate cancer awareness
First and second year medical students in the College of Medicine Men’s Health Club are competing to raise awareness—and money—in November for prostate cancer research at UC

Pregnant kidney transplant recipients face higher risk of adverse outcomes
Pregnancy in kidney transplant recipients is associated with a higher risk of adverse maternal fetal outcomes, according to a study from researchers from UC.

Medical student interest group focuses on health care in rural areas
McKenzie Nelson is among the two dozen medical students who are part of the Rural Health Student Interest Group formed to assist the medically underserved in the Tristate.

'Hope! Fight! Breathe!' offers latest in lung cancer research, treatments
The UC Cancer Institute Lung Cancer Center will host a community event Nov. 10, aimed at educating the public on the latest in research, screening and more.

Learn more about the College of Medicine’s reaccreditation efforts online
A new webpage with answers about the reaccreditation process for the University of Cincinnati (UC) College of Medicine is live at

Menon named associate dean for baccalaureate education
Anil Menon, PhD, has been named associate dean for baccalaureate education in the University of Cincinnati (UC) College of Medicine.

UC College of Medicine hosts graduate student research forum
The College of Medicine's Office of Graduate Education hosted its 39th annual Graduate Student Research Forum on Thursday, Oct. 25, 2018.

UC Allied Health faculty and staff peek into their not too distant future
Faculty and staff of the College of Allied Health Sciences toured the new Health Sciences Building on Oct. 5, 2018. The college moves into the building summer 2019.

Study shows non-invasive hysterectomy may lead to shorter survival rates
A new study co-authored by a UC resident physician shows that non-invasive radical hysterectomy may lead to shorter survival rates in certain women.

Educational breast cancer event focuses on empowering patients, survivors
A cancer diagnosis is and always has been a scary occurrence, sometimes leaving the patient feeling powerless and discouraged.

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